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An anti-government protester blows a whistle from behind a barricade near the interior ministry building surrounded by fellow protesters, in Bangkok on Wednesday. Thailand’s central bank warned on Wednesday of ‘substantially increased’ risk to economic growth after the weekend’s disrupted general election did nothing to restore stability in the politically polarised country.  — Reuters photoAn anti-government protester blows a whistle from behind a barricade near the interior ministry building surrounded by fellow protesters, in Bangkok on Wednesday. Thailand’s central bank warned on Wednesday of ‘substantially increased’ risk to economic growth after the weekend’s disrupted general election did nothing to restore stability in the politically polarised country. — Reuters photo



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An anti-government protester blows a whistle from behind a barricade near the interior ministry building surrounded by fellow protesters, in Bangkok on Wednesday. Thailand’s central bank warned on Wednesday of ‘substantially increased’ risk to economic growth after the weekend’s disrupted general election did nothing to restore stability in the politically polarised country.  — Reuters photo
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